Indianwood Golf and Country Club, which opened in 1925, was co-designed by Scottish course architects William Connellan and Wilfrid Reid (Reid also designed the famous Olympic Club in San Francisco). It has hosted the 1989 and 1994 U.S. Women’s Open Golf Championships won by Betsy King and Patty Sheehan, respectively. The goal to host a Major championship at Indianwood will finally be realized as the newly updated “Old” course will be hosting the 2012 U.S. Senior Open Championship.
A little history: The U.S. Senior Open Championship first began in 1980 due to a notable increase in senior golf play. Since then, it has thrived and grown into one of the most revered tournaments in the world whose winner automatically gains entry into the following season’s U.S. Open. Numerous golf legends including Arnold Palmer, Billy Casper and Jack Nicklaus have all taken the U.S. Senior Open title in the past and the 2012 tournament at Indianwood is gearing up to be one of the best ever.
International Sports Management is excited to offer the perfect opportunity to entertain clients during this fantastic event. For the past 14 years we’ve designed comprehensive hospitality packages off-site but very near the course to deliver the maximum experience for your clients while providing easy access to the course. ISM chooses to manage our hospitality nearby the course so that our professional world class event staff can maintain complete control over every aspect of the venue, such as our hand picked gourmet caterers to our award winning professional swing analysis without restriction. All that’s left for you is to show up and enjoy, as we help you craft client relationships for years and revenues to come. We strive to provide the best services for our clients in all facets, so that we may partner with you at more of our World Class Events across the U.S. and around the Globe! We look forward to hosting you during the 2012 U.S. Senior Open!
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ISM is independent of, is not affiliated with, and does not have any type of ticketing arrangement with the USGA® or Indianwood Golf and Country Club®. All tickets are subject to availability.